The top Picture of Permanent Fat loss
Most people who read my articles and ebooks know me as a science guy who loves to quote studies and apply research to every day problems such as weight loss, bodybuilding, and other health/fitness related topics. On the other hand, sometimes you have to step back from the science and look at the best picture to help bring people back into focus, to allow them to see the forest for the trees and shrubs, so to speak.
Pertaining to most people looking over this article, finding a powerful diet that works almost all of the time must seem to be as complicated as nuclear physics. Is actually not, but there are a bewildering volume of alternatives for diets out Weight loss. High fat or no fat? High carbohydrate or no carbohydrate? Low healthy proteins or high protein? To make matters worse, there are a million variants and combinations to the above diet scenarios to add to the dilemma. It seems endless and causes many people to throw up their hands in frustration and give up. In this article I will attempt to change all that.
At this time there are some general suggestions, rules of thumb, and ways of viewing a diet program that will allow one to make a decision, once and for all, if it's healthy diet for you. You may well not always like what We write, and you should be under no confusion this is another fast solution, "lose 100 lbs. in 20 days, " guide of some sort. On the other hand, if you are suffering and tired of being confused, tired of taking the weight off only to put it rear on, and tired of wondering how to take the first procedure for deciding the right diet for you that will cause everlasting weight reduction, then this can be the article that could change your life...
Does your diet go "The Test"?
What is the number one reason diets fail long term; most of all? The number one reason is... drum roll... an absence of permanent compliance. The numbers don't lie; the vast majority of folks who lose weight will get back it - and often exceed the actual lost. You knew that already didn't you?
Yet, what are you doing to avoid it? Here's another reality check: almost any diet you pick which follows the fundamental concept of "burning" more calories then you consume - the well accepted "calories in calories out" mantra - will cause you to lose weight. To some degree, they all work: Atkins-style, no carb diets, low fat high carbohydrate diets, all manner of fad diets - it simply does not subject in the short term.